Workplace 2.0: Building psychological safety within remote teams
With more businesses going remote first, it’s never been more important to create psychological safety within your culture! But how do you go about it?
Revoco’s Workplace 2.0 webinar was set up with one purpose; to address topical challenges employers and managers were facing in the drastically changing workplace. Just over two years on, and we’re still on a mission to help you answer some of those all-important questions.
With many UK companies becoming remote first, managers and leaders are now open to a host of new challenges. This includes psychological safety, and in particular, the unique challenges remote teams face when it comes to building a safe work environment.
With the help of our amazing panel of speakers, we discussed…
- What psychological safety is NOT. There’s a lot out there already about what it is, but not what it’s not!
- How remote environments have exacerbated toxic work cultures
- The challenges remote teams face with psychological safety
- The building blocks teams can use to instil psychological safety within fully remote teams considering different cultures
You can watch the full webinar here:
Our webinar panel consisted of…
Independent HR Consultant
Karin is a chartered member of the Institute for Personnel and Development (MCIPD) to Level 7 and has worked in HR for over 30 years. She now works as an independent HR consultant.
Her experience and insight offers evidence and research-led solutions, informed by recent distinction level Masters research examining the efficacy and ROI of mental health interventions for staff within a large healthcare organisation.
Head of Developer Experience at Hargreaves Lansdown
Matt Bonetti is Head of DCX, or Digital Colleague Experience, at Hargreaves Lansdown, the UK’s no.1 investment platform for private investors.
His role is to help create the conditions that enable their digital teams to do their best work, which involves a bit of technology but a lot of cat herding. Despite over 25 years of experience, he still finds every day is a school day.
VP of People at Heydoc
Yssine Matola is the VP of People at Heydoc, a practice management software for healthcare. Yssine is passionate about facilitating a slick & inclusive employee experience. For the last 12 years, she has done just that for start-ups, scale-ups and corporates across Europe. She also co-founded Thriving Tribes, a People consultancy for tech start-ups.
A special thank you to our amazing panel and everyone who joined us!
If you’d like to be a part of future Workplace 2.0 webinars, drop our Marketing Manager, Harry, a message!